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Warm Springs,

resort, Meriwether co., W Ga. The salutary properties of the water springing from Pine Mt. were known to Native Americans, and white settlers learned of them in the late 18th cent. By the 1830s a resort was established. Destroyed by fire in 1865, it was soon rebuilt and became fashionable by the end of the 19th cent. Franklin D. RooseveltRoosevelt, Franklin Delano
, 1882–1945, 32d President of the United States (1933–45), b. Hyde Park, N.Y. Early Life

Through both his father, James Roosevelt, and his mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt, he came of old, wealthy families.
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, who found the water beneficial after his attack of poliomyelitis, established (1927) the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (now the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation) to help other victims of the disease, and he gave the foundation his 2,600-acre (1,052-hectare) farm there. He retained the cottage known as the Little White House (now a Georgia State Historic Site), in which he died in 1945. Nearby is the twon, incorporated in 1924 as Warm Springs (1990 pop. 407), formerly named Bullochville. Callaway Gardens (14,000 acres/ 5,660 hectares) is to the west.
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The country varies in soil and climate; there are vast plains of sand and clay, studded with large red sand-hills; other parts are mountainous and picturesque; it possesses warm springs, and coal mines, and abounds with game.
There were countless brook-trout here, and deep holes that invited us to bathe, and along the bank of the stream were trees bearing a close resemblance to ash and beech and oak, their characteristics evidently induced by the lower temperature of the air above the cold water and by the fact that their roots were watered by the water from the stream rather than from the warm springs which we afterward found in such abundance elsewhere.
My guard conducted me far-ther into the mesa, where we came presently to a tiny depression or valley, at one end of which gushed a warm spring.
The warm spring sunshine brought out all sorts of aspiring ideas, tender hopes, and happy thoughts.
The first three-story building of the Warm Springs Apartments should be ready for tenants in June, with the second building starting construction once the weather warms up, owner Don Lawrenz said.
In order to support Oregons rapid unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry growth, one of the members of the federal Pan-Pacific UAS Test Range Complex (PPUTRC), the Warm Springs UAS Test Range, is expanding its operations to Prineville and Madras airports.
Harmon, a journalist and former public relations director at Georgia's Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, relates the story of the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation for the treatment of polio, which Franklin D.
Warm Springs Ranch, the Missouri horse breeding facility for the Budweiser Clydesdales, saw 28 foals born this year.
Now he was gone, having suffered a cerebral hemorrhage on April 12, 1945, at his vacation home in Warm Springs, Georgia.
The largest of all the blazes is the more than 100,000-acre High Cascades Fire complex near Warm Springs, which was only 40 percent contained as of Friday.
In his long-overdue text, Loco: Apache Peacemaker, Bud Shapard turns our focus away from the resistant warriors and imprisoned victims of earlier writings and, using Chief Loco as a counternarrative, offers a necessary window into the Apachean third-way: Loco's Warm Springs Apache as agents of peaceful Indigenous resistance through political diplomacy and philosophical cosmopolitanism.
Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs, a US-based tribal council of native Americans, has announced plans to design, and construct a temporary tribal casino on Highway 26, within the Warm Springs community, near the Warm Springs Museum, in US.